World Cup

Brendon McCullum Confident Of Success In The World Cup

New Zealand might have never clinched a World Cup title so far, but their skipper, Brendon McCullum believes his team can get past the line this time around.
7 February 2015

England Could Upset A Few Teams - Hoggard

Following their better-than-expected performance in Australia, Matthew Hoggard has revised his World Cup view and reckons England could be on course to upset a few teams in the fast-approaching tournament.
7 February 2015

Ishant Sharma Uncertain, Rohit Sharma Back For India

According to reports, Indian fast bowler Ishant Sharma is almost certain to be ruled out of the upcoming World Cup as he failed to bowl a single delivery during India's practice session in Adelaide on Saturday.
7 February 2015

Eoin Morgan Slams Plan To Curb Bat Size

England skipper Eoin Morgan has expressed his anger at plans mooted by the International Cricket Council to restrict the size of bats, terming the idea as "ridiculous".
7 February 2015

India - Defending Champions On The Back Foot

India go into the World Cup losing four out of their last five One-Day-Internationals away, with one being washed out. That is not a really good stat to ponder over for the defending champions, who had won 3-1 against England in England, prior to their current poor spell.
6 February 2015

Zimbabwe Are Looking To Perform Well In World Cup - Whatmore

Zimbabwe coach, Dav Whatmore admitted that his players are frustrated with failure and will be looking to perform better in the upcoming World Cup.
6 February 2015

Ireland Appoints Brett Lee As Bowling Coach

Ireland’s World Cup preparations received a shot in the arm as former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, has agreed to a short-term deal with Cricket Ireland to coach their bowlers in the warm-up games.
5 February 2015

Australia Surge Ahead Despite Injuries

There is no denying that Australia are one of the favourites to win the World Cup this year. With a squad of specialists who can perform in any given scenario, the Baggy Greens will arguably be the toughest side to beat during the tournament.
5 February 2015

Rahat Ali Replaces Junaid Khan In Pakistan's World Cup Squad

The Pakistan Cricket Board has announced that left-arm pacer Rahat Ali will replace Junaid Khan in Pakistan's World Cup squad.
5 February 2015

World Cup Will Cement The Place Of ODIs In Future - Richardson

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson has expressed confidence that the upcoming World Cup will cement the place of the 50-over format in future.
5 February 2015

Mike Hussey To Help South Africa At World Cup

Cricket Australia today confirmed that former Australian batsman, Michael Hussey will work with the South African team in a consultancy role during the upcoming World Cup.
5 February 2015

New Zealand - Peaking At The Right Time

Proud owners of one of the best World Cup jerseys, sizzling hot on the field with their dives and athleticism and a name etched out for always punching above their weight, New Zealand are co-hosts of the 2015 World Cup.
4 February 2015

James Faulkner Could Play As Batsman In World Cup - Dan Marsh

Australian all-rounder James Faulkner, who has been ruled out of the World Cup opener with an abdominal strain, is capable of playing as a specialist batsman according to his state coach, Dan Marsh.
4 February 2015

Ben Stokes' Omission For World Cup Is Ridiculous - Collingwood

Former England captain Paul Collingwood has criticized the England and Wales Cricket Board for their decision to leave all-rounder Ben Stokes out of their World Cup squad.
3 February 2015

England Clueless Against Australia - Josh Hazlewood

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood reckons England are yet to work out how to beat Australia in the opening game of the Cricket World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 14th February.
3 February 2015

James Faulkner To Miss World Cup Opener Against England

Australian all-rounder James Faulkner is set to undergo intensive treatment on a side strain ruling him out of the opening game against England in the upcoming World Cup.
3 February 2015

Pakistan Pacer Junaid Khan Ruled Out Of World Cup

Pakistan's World Cup campaign will begin without their frontline pace bowler, Junaid Khan, as he has been ruled out of the tournament after failing a fitness test on Monday.
3 February 2015

England Should Stop Dreaming - Mitchell Johnson

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson has asked England skipper Eoin Morgan to stop dreaming about the lack of pressure on his side during their group encounter in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
2 February 2015

Mohammad Irfan Hopes To Emulate Wasim Akram In World Cup

Pakistan pace spearhead Mohammad Irfan hopes to emulate legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram’s man-of-the-tournament performance in the 1992 World Cup.
2 February 2015

India Struggle With Ishant Sharma Injury

India's World Cup crusade has taken a major jolt as pace spearhead, Ishant Sharma's participation in the tournament has become uncertain after failing to recover from a knee injury.
2 February 2015

 
 
 
 

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